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Continental Divide (Separate Ways Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 210 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Great teaming of talent 
Very Highly Recommended
Laura Harner and Lisa Worrall have pooled their considerable talents and come up with a wonderfully written, brilliantly executed story involving two men of vastly different backgrounds that manage to find some solace in each others arms.  This is a great read, made all the better by taking the strengths of these two women - the skill with which they create their characters and the way they weave plots so very well.  In this case, the sum is greater than the whole. 
-Tom Webb, A Bear on Books

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  • File Size: 2245 KB
  • Print Length: 210 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Hot Corner Press; Second edition (March 7, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 7, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007IP3VM4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on March 26, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Continental Divide is a suspenseful read detailing international kidnapping cases. Detective Remington first notices a pattern of young boys being abducted in Phoenix, while his counterpart in London, Inspector Jamie Mainwaring notices the same. A secret Interpol task force is started and the two men begin working together to unravel the mystery. However, tension and wariness between Remington and Jamie might derail that.

What I liked about Continental Divide is the gritty realism of the case. Human sex trafficking exists and the determination of the two protagonists to stop it, at any costs, is very gripping. Another good thing about the book is the UST between Jamie and Remington. That was off the charts.

However, there were a few things I thought needed some work. While the chemistry between Jamie and Remington was super hot, their continuous fighting and general mistrust of each other grew tiring and felt forced. Second, the bad guys were over-the-top annoying, and were too easily discovered by the detectives. I think the suspense would have been better if that hadn't been revealed so early.

For those who hate cliffhangers, then be forewarned, this one ends on a big one. But, don't fear, there are at least two more books coming in this series, so the next one should answer all those dangling plot points.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany C. Graham on May 6, 2014
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This story is the first installment in a four-book series that centers on the relationship between Remy, an American cop, and Jamie, his British law enforcement counterpart, when they come together for the purpose of investigating a criminal ring that focuses on sexual trafficking in underage boys. As one might guess, when they first meet each other, there is a great deal of hostility and tension, but as they continue working together, it quickly becomes clear that the hostility is simply sexual tension and the sparks begin to fly!

The story works so well, though, because the sparks are rooted in more than sex. In the midst of a taut, well-written story that focuses on some pretty tough issues surrounding child abuse, these two men are not only trying to save the kids who are the targets of some pretty nasty individuals, but they are reluctantly falling in love with each other. Remy is a head case who has intimacy issues that are rooted in long-standing issues that he can barely stand to face, so he has a hard time acknowledging his feelings for Jamie at all. Jamie, however, is balanced, healthy, and head-over-heels in love with Remy, and takes the times to show him how to connect on a level that moves beyond what they can do for each other in bed. This dynamic is loads of fun to read, and uber romantic to boot, and you'll find yourself cheering for this incredibly compelling couple!

A final note. To the reviewers who call this novel a work of gay porn: you couldn't be more wrong. This isn't porn. Heck, I even disagree with the author who characterizes this book as erotic. This novel contains about as much sex as a standard contemporary romance novel; it's honestly not that big of a deal. If sex between men isn't your cuppa, that's fine.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tom W on April 18, 2012
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Yet another young boy in Phoenix is missing, and Detective Remington is hot. Not just because of the weather, but six boys, barely in their teens, are gone without a trace. While he struggles to put the pieces together, he can't help but feel all these cases are somehow related. Young boys, troubled homes, sudden disappearances.

Meanwhile, in London, Inspector Jamie Mainwaring is coming to much the same conclusion. Six missing boys. All from unhappy home situations. All missing. No clues. So he goes digging, looking for similarities. What he finds triggers involvement at much higher levels of government.

So it's no surprise when Remy finds himself on a plane to England. But what IS a surprise is the attraction he feels immediately for Jamie. But, he can't - no, won't - act on it. He's there for a job, not to make friends or find a trick. So he puts on his best Cowboy attitude and snipes and snarks at the man.

Doesn't work, and the attraction deepens. On both sides.

But when Remy discovers Jamie is a little upper-crust, and wealthy, he shuts down. Again. Frustrates the hell out of Jamie.

Then they catch a break. Five boys are reported missing in much the same fashion. This time back in the States. And if the pattern holds, maybe they can bust this case wide open before the sixth boy goes missing. But that means working together closely, with a secret government agency and each other. Going undercover. And trusting each other.

Will they catch the break they are looking for, and save these boys? Will we find out what Remy is hiding - why his past and these boys are so troublesome, and why he's pushing Jamie away? Will their romance last?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jean Hawkins on May 7, 2014
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I threw self-discipline out the window and ignored laundry, meal preparation, and all social contact until I finished reading this book. The authors handled the sexual tension and intimate exchange with a sort of raw grace. Jamie and Remy navigating their hunger for one another while focusing on their appointed mission keeps the story-line moving along at break-neck speed.
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